Try this link:

  I also like it for the multiple file types (text,
  picture, video, etc.) that can be coded.  And
  cross-platform capability is VERY useful.


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    Date: Wed, 4 Mar 2009 11:40:02 -0500
    From: Eric Riggs <[log in to unmask]>
    Subject: Re: NVivo vs Ethnograph
    To: [log in to unmask]

    Hi Heather and all,

    My group has used NVivo – good with transcripts
    and excellent for coding, but we also use
    HyperResearch – better for handling image and
    video coding along with text files and
    transcripts.  It’s also cross-platform – Mac
    and PC, which is handy.

    Eric Riggs

    On 3/4/09 11:36 AM, "Heather Petcovic"
    <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

      Hi all,
      We are looking at purchasing qualitative
      analysis software, either Ethnograph or NVivo. I
      was wondering if users could share their
      experiences (good or bad) working with either
      package. Please reply off-list:
      [log in to unmask]
      Heather L. Petcovic
      Assistant Professor
      Department of Geosciences and
      The Mallinson Institute for Science Education
      Western Michigan University
      Kalamazoo, MI 49008
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      269-387-5488 (Geosciences)
      269-387-5380 (Science Education)
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